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? >>> u.s. leaders in the american people were rocked by news of the conflict attack and the ambassador murdered what we're learning about it possible hidden motives. he was a tremendous man and is such a terrible loss. the ambassador is that a huge blow in the bay, many of his friends and colleagues are remembering his commitment to public service. there waves my witnesses are rooting for the robbers in an l.a. police chase. >>> good evening and danny came. embassadors to libya and bay area native christopher stephens killed in the country he was trying to say. stevens was among four u.s. and plans to die in an assault on u.s. consulate in benghazi and tonight u.s. warships are moving into position off the coast of libya and there is evidence the attack may have been an act of terrorism reporter elizabeth cook shows us how the attack went down and help political leaders are reacting tonight. can u.s. intelligence officials tell cbs news this was not an out of control demonstrations u.s. intelligence suspects the suspect that they took advantage of last month's demonstration against an
's no doubt this is genuine fury. a protestors the u.s. embassy even tore down the stars and stripes and which the fundamentalist fundamentalist flag carrier across the muslim world the anchor is fuelled a destructive frenzy this week carried a winter snow and see the pops one for american symbols. in tripoli in lebanon poughkeepsie and a hardee's restaurant was torched. and a highly respected school was overrun and looted. but really it was a clumsy u.s.-made film that cost all of this? in fact the editor of egypt's newspaper the real roots lie much deeper. >>> i think american foreign policy for a long long time. it was doing a lot of harm >>> america long supported the rights of despised present was toppled by a popular uprising just last year. we're speaking about a long history of mistrust and defined this way whatever the reason is >>> especially in poor muslim countries were at the face chronic injustice and corruption. and in cairo this week, the protesters did not actually reached the embassy but did did invade the grounds before the riot police drove them back with tear gas took the
at are the children are ages 2 and 3 and allocate to '40's. but they look now honors. the father is currently charged with kidnapping and child endangerment and parental affection. >>> educating next generation of american workers and our students but compared to students overseas >>> and back-to-school to be a headache for some kids and across from factors that could trigger a painful migraines in teenagers >>> a game delayed after a wicked weather system involves the best tennis players in the world >>> is an unusually cool and a bay area the past 24 hours. so after cool sunday, the changes are ahead. will have more of the details and a few minutes. >>> back-to-school could mean back to my dreams for some students and the doctor explains that factors triggering migraines and children and teenagers. >>> and back-to-school means reuniting with classmates and planning team sports and sometimes getting headaches. >>> cannot move your head and head its heavy the one to lay down and you feel like eating binges want to rest >>> he started getting migraines several times a week in which six years old >>> t
agents boats and planes and u.s. coast guard to bring the alleged parental abduction to a peaceful end. a coast guard cutter pulls up to a dock monterey ending a three day ordeal for two children on board brooklyn and devon or released to their mother the children's father christopher maffei taken into custody and faces charges of parental subduction the child endangerment and kidnapping >>> i'm so relieved when i heard they were found and save i hugged my devon, he comes up to me normally when he's here he sleeps with me, so he got in his regular spot and fell asleep >>> the ordeal began tuesday when the children's father took the children from his girlfriend's house and stole a boat from alameda and headed after golden gate and down to monterey the coast guard track the boat when it headed away from monterey the coast guard went into action >>> because of the terrain there is no place to get fuel or anchor but it was nighttime with two small children on board that wanted to ensure the safety of them >>> the cutter approach the boat with the father and two children on board >>> mr. ma
is meaningless. >>> another element to the seige according to d.a.'s office on monday the board will let the public defender's tell if they have to endure a pay cut and. they threatened to strike if there is a pay cut if they do the d.a.'s office may be forced to strike in conjunction or independently. elizabeth cook cbs 5 >>> a violent anti-american protest spread to more than one dozen countries sending forces to shore up security to u.s. embassies. in tunisia smoke from the u.s. and busy after protesters stormed that tore down the american flat at two people killed another 40 injured. authorities in cairo blocking the route to the u.s. embassy protesters clashed with police. authorities have trouble keeping anti-american demonstrators out of the city square. the bodies of four americans killed in tuesday's attack in libya and arrived in united states today. president obama and secretary of state clinton paid tribute to the man. nancy cordes shows us the emotional homecoming. >>> the remains of the u.s. ambassador to libya and three others carried out the military plan. into a hangar
a million pounds to the other five bay area and refineries. it indirectly help reveal the u.s. epa's criminal investigation after the fire, and learned about the federal program >>> and elementary school principal in south bay suspended after investigators said a fun met at his house police arrested derrick lewis at the san francisco home the principal at montague elementary school an undercover agent chatted with him on the gay dating side they arranged to meet and the capturing station the principle of for the drugs. police say they found that the scales and the date rape drug santa clara unified school district and firms lowe's is placed on leave without pay. >>> a suspect police say attempted to kidnap a little girl in san mateo has been arrested the 25 year-old man was arrested in san francisco yesterday police say he assaulted the young girl and director of campus she got away by kicking them and running back to school he faces three different charges including kidnapping with intent to commit a sexual assault. california's three strikes law the nation's harshest in dealing w
threatening u.s. interests. in cairo protesters clashed with police who fired tear gas to disperse the crowd. number of protesters are dwindling they can rest at tomorrow's planned 1 million men protest. we learn more about who might be behind the assault on the u.s. consulate in libya. elizabeth cook on who they are and how they infiltrated what was supposed to beat a secret safe house. >>> a deputy interior minister said attacks organized in a two- part operation i have on militance he said they may have been tipped off to the location of the safe house by a spy within security forces. a radical islamic group according to u.s. officials the leading suspect in the attack. the name means " supporters of islamic law " u.s. officials described as offshoot of al qaeda. one of these supporters was photographed at the scene. some officials have made arrests. the fbi begins the investigation by interviewing 30 american survivors now at u.s. military base in germany. the attacker struck at 10:00 p.m. local time to stay within 15 minutes inside the compound firing on main building. the ambassador ch
's event including moving ceding further away from the course. how did the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi began disagreement between the u.s. ambassador to united nations and the libya president of the attack that killed the u.s. ambassador and three other americans duarte geraldino tells us protesters still take place throughout the muslim world. >>> demonstrators burn the american flag and threw rocks at police outside the u.s. consulate in pakistan. the clash erupted sunday when hundreds of people broke through a barrier official say the u.s. staff inside the safe. at least one protester is dead several others injured. protest against an anti islam movie produced in america exploded this past week ambassador christopher stevens and three other americans died in the and sold on the complex in benghazi on september 11th susan rice said evidence shows the attack began as spontaneous protest >>> there were extremist elements that joined the and and as the lead of the violence >>> the libyan president disagrees and told bob schieffer it was premeditated >>> the perpetrators acte
as african-american men in their 20's or '40's >>> burlington a neighborhood on alert to amend spotted and impersonating pg&e workers the men tried to gain access to homes on poppy drive residents say the impostors wear hard hats and that's the man asked to check corrosion on gas meters both laugh when asked to show id police said ms. a good reminder to ask for company id. >>> petaluma national little league team honored today by the oakland a's at the coliseum a chance of a lifetime the team got to go on the field and stretch with the pros and play catch get some autographs this happen before the a's and red sox game this evening. for little leaguers it was something they will never forget. >>> not a lot of kids from petaluma get to go to the oakland coliseum and stretch with the oakland a's and get their autographs. that is so cool. >>> petaluma his team finished 5-to an end ceres + the heart record to 10 the sea after coming back from a 10-5 deficit a parade honoring the team this sunday. this weekend marks the beginning of football season for many high schools and colleges in san j
outside the u.s. embassy in sydney, local police used pepper spray on protesters one officer was hurt and carried away. some protesters carried signs that praised osama bin laden's. we get a clear picture of what happened to the moments after the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya charlie daggata shows as dozens of americans fled the building many were in the line of fire in a nearby safe house that was supposed to protect them. >>> the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi just the beginning of the terrifying night for americans. officials told us forces evacuate the 32 americans from the consulate as attackers storm the compound the libyan commander said a convoy of 22 vehicles raced from the u.s. consulate down the road to a safe house a mile and a half away the safe house they fled to which was supposed to be a secret location had become a target. >>> this is where they were attacking from >>> the u.s. extraction team of commandos arrived to take them to the airport the house came under heavy fire it was intense, a deadly and accurate. everywhere you look on the rooftop evid
of c.s. and four wins in the pennant series and then the world series. will see these images for days, madison bumgarner also with an rbi tonight the punch out of the padres and pablo sandoval a defense of effort goes up and over to make the staff. a wad of bubble gum and his mouth at the time, up 3-1 in the fourth. and rbi factory scoring two more runs and up to five-one, the last out, there is in the glove of angel pagan 8-4, playoffs are next how about some happy man? >>> that's about right >>> and some this team up with one word, all man, we have fighters, the buzz word on the bench as fight, as they say in spanish i don't know how to say it that is the buzz word on the bench >>> we were thinking about the last road trip were very happy to do this in front of the home crowd let them celebrate with us >>> the giants' most likely against the cincinnati reds, when they get this going, a couple of weeks from tonight, i'll be prepared to put in long hours for this one this will be exciting, like 1993 when all the teams were good, giants niners a's, a great time to be in san francisco.
mostly in the '50s. and a quick tower is in the background. the sciu services co as a woman who like chasing fires. people think of a quick start was designed to look like a fire hose and it wasn't. it in we have the mind is 57 degrees in concord. we 50 in santa rosa. it does not a bad and we have high clouds floating in an cooler at the beach. the talk about that the low pressure is speeding up of the southwestern alaska as pushing in the pacific northwest. that means to get some high clouds today we see them over the bay area. the high will come down in the temperatures will follow suit. is not to be as warm as it was just a. we have out this morning and it be nice. we have a few high clouds for everyone. as low clouds and fog along the shore line. and on the future cast you can see the the high clouds head south of the bay area and in mostly sunny skies and overnight by a time they get here to mormon there be low clouds and the face. and tonight we get clouds moving in. and if you'd be out about is can be in the mid-70s and not at all. that is typical for september and october in
but killed nearby when the bicycle was killed by an s u v a roadside memorial continues to grow throughout the evening to a for classmates held back tears as they spoke of a loss of their fellow student >>> she was kind of light on bullis tomboyish should like tos out sugar cubes >>> but she was so sat she was crying and crying >>> the talk at the memorial turns to the danger of this road >>> it is a thoroughfare and racetrack not only for the high- school kids but easy to just press the pedal to the metal on the street >>> when you come back from point risher going 50 mi. an hour and a don't emphasize you don't need to slow down you can see ever body goes 50 >>> at the service a final tribute friends released balloons into the sky. the point about the dangers of this road is well taken we have covered at least two fatalities involving and people and tonight talking to people at this memorial was saw three cars racing bike when moving so fast he was crossing the center on it was very dangerous that is what people are talking about the past to be something about the transition from 55 miles
of a 20 degree jump from today 85 san mateo, and then the '90s in santa clara valley, 100 in gilroy. east of the bay antioch tracy oakley and discovery bay 100 and hotter than that in pleasant and san francisco today 62, up to 8394 in santa rosa, these temperatures are not on august of this impending heat wave will pinpoint that day it may top of 106. >>> 15 years under house arrest she was outspoken in her fight for democracy in burma activist on song so she spoke in san francisco included standing ovations in washington and the united nations anne mackovic explains why her appearance here is important >>> those of my generation will know i've come to san francisco in the right way with flowers and my hair. >>> known as " the lady " nobel peace prizewinner spoke in front of a packed house at usf. >>> we must always have our eyes clearly focused on the future even as we deal with present and its difficulties and problems. >>> in the first visit to the united states since 1971 for the political prisoner turned parliamentarian she is a key figure in the rise in democracy in burma. >>> today
the case that president obama's plans are more likely to return the u.s. to the economic prosperity enjoyed when he was president. we believe that we're all in this is a far better philosophy then if you're on your own. >>> president obama's will deliver his acceptance speech thursday night. daniel nottingham's cbs news charlotte's. duckweeds test for president clinton in california and got prime-time billing state attorney general, harris took to the states to back the president. dissuades president obama's stood with me and 48 other attorneys general and taking on the banks and winning $25 billion for a struggling homeowners. that is leadership. that is the president obama's said. and that is why we need to get hemmed another four years. the airways the attorney general of california is being held as one of the rising stars in the democratic party. >>> it's supposed to help low- income residents and it's paying off for nearly put people making nearly six figures. that is supposed to work on the honor system. we've learned about the big complex and may be inconvenient opening of the bay
to pressure from the u.s. government the supermarket agrees to start using that e verify program to confirm employment eligibility for future workers. >>> many hispanic retailers are pushed to adopt the program >>> e verify a government run program and verify social security numbers with u.s. government records but its accuracy is less than 50% >>> the decision weighed on as we understand there's criticism about the program we agree with the criticisms however it is something we have been asked to do as a recommendation from a homeland security. >>> the decision met with protest from religious and labor leaders. the chain was founded by a mexican american immigrant. they are accused of using e verify to in it intimidate workers. >>> it is curious they adopt this in the immigrant community with immigrant workers and clientele >>> the retail clerks' union battles against the program for years trying to organize its workers this is the first time that called a boycott scheduled to begin saturday. len romney this cbs 5 >>> the rush is on you could save money by shopping on-line over nine days
there many enjoyed sunshine and highs in the '90s set the stage for a beautiful evening. clear skies with fog will be moving in later tonight. livermore still smiled oakland checks in at 60, san francisco 56, san jose 654 tonight and early tomorrow foggy night at the coast, down to 53 mid-50s with fog along the bay clear conditions and chilly down to the mid 50s inland spots. what we have tropical moisture made it to southern california moving in our direction, by wednesday clouds will be on the way you notice the change by wednesday, future cast a nice day tomorrow of the fog burns back to the coast, hot and and once again, now look at wednesday that is not rainfall but cloud cover we will have plenty of it on wednesday a cloudy change for middle of the week and a shortened school week. fought for the bay and the coast inland areas hot in the '90s once again tomorrow. looking at high temperatures fremont 88, livermore 96, oakland 72, the drop in temperatures wednesday and thursday increase in clouds and mid '80s sunshine back. the sunshine continues through the weekend sports is next. >>> ra
and thundershowers in middle half of the u.s. they need the rain. we have low pressure from the gulf of alaska high-pressure builds in, we will have another warm day tomorrow. labor did a is good, we have fog and low clouds along the shoreline. 87 santa rosa, 92 livermore, 72 pacific up. 66 in san francisco. oakland 76. overcast close to the ocean and 62 degrees inland, let's review future cast. low pressure over the gulf allow the a marine layer to expand, it pushed through toward evening with high-pressure building they should compress the marine layer if you're heading out of the bay area 95 at sacramento and 99 at fresno. at the airport things the good tomorrow, 4 los angeles partly cloudy ringing in denver chicago partly cloudy thunderstorms in new york. overnight tonight mostly in the '50s. 55 that livermore, in the south bay phone number stop out and '80s tomorrow '90s at morgan hill. east bay 97 brentwood 97 livermore. santa rosa 85. 61 at bodega bay. 79 at sausalito. tuesday we begin to cool down, wednesday thursday friday we manage mid-80s inland and the next weekend warm up again. >>> ne
like to see presidents do. from 1998 when u.s. state senator and illinois. did waves they said he believed in the redistribution of wealth which romney says continues to define obama's exit at, then but it's around the tape and a campaign continuing to handle its that is still define the contest tonight. >>> as a cut cbs five. >>> ended is a contest president obama's offers his take on all this nonsense late show with david letterman. here's somebody had to say. my expectation is not just for some. keep it right here you can see the entire interview later tonight on cbs five. so are these 47 percent of americans? a news reporter explains most of them do in fact pay federal taxes and those who don't probably did the for their entire lives. >>> when governor romney says 47 percent of americans pay no federal income taxes is a last year 46 percent of americans paid income-tax. >>> it's got around to his rights. to equate to the non- partisan tax policy center to be precise 46.4 percent of americans pay no federal tax. the paper federal payroll taxes supporting so security and med
at the weather. >>> we should the numbers on the cool side. it's only in the mid '40's as a cosign remains will be about 70 degrees. with the full forecast of a few minutes. >>> a fire that heavily damaged the law offices of alleles mayor is being investigated as an arson. the police say the fire is by disgruntled client and his law partner. if this arson is a crime against a mayor-year. and the pleas are also looking for the possibility of what they're calling domestic terrorism. >>> because the high-profile nature of who is involved. we to bring in subject matter which is the atf, fbi and sources that this organization and have. >>> did not confirm their involvement in the case. a tryout of a woman accused of killing a cemetery nursing student begins tomorrow. >>> the prosecutors allege that she killed the 26 year-old/year and a safe every room off the relationship with the boyfriend. she disappeared from a parking lot and her body was found months later in a remote area between pleasanton and governor jerry brown has to be to the bill that requires the agency's to a court order before d
be prevented every year in the u.s. alone. neighbors are glad the mayor did not get special treatment. >>> just because he is the mayor does not mean he should get off if other people did not. the mayor has been battling the police union over layoffs after a decade of budget deficits reposed for pension reform that the voters overwhelmingly approved. did we do think there was a vendetta? i didn't see any evidence of that. >>> and the mayor will likely just pay the $35 fine unless the court fees. we tried calling police but did not hear back. i'll be using my turn signals tonight. >>> good idea. new tonight protesters say they want justice fall in the city's fifth deadly shooting by police officer this year the set up to the council meeting tonight and tonight their voices were heard in the most recent officer involved shooting police say 23 year-old man reached for what appeared to be a weapon before they shot him dead and it turned out to be a pellet gun. you guys are slandering my brother's name calling america early when he was never on parole and has never been to prison and ha
the endeavor? but you know the answer to that from lax dave lopez cbs 5 >>> you can see more pictures at cbs s f dot com click on the shuttle link >>> a presidential candidate in the bay area republican nominee mitt romney arrived at sfo late this afternoon and then went to hillsborough for a fund-raising dinner the cost up to $50,000 up%, among the attendees former secretary of state george shultz and billionaire paul ron siegel he made headlines before the arrival with his 2011 tax returns sharon chin looks at the numbers for us >>> romney pay more taxes than he needed till he took a smaller deduction for charitable contributions so he fulfilled a campaign promise mitt romney and his wife earned $14 million and in come mostly from investments and paid $2 million in taxes a 14% tax red a third less than what top earners pay because investment income is taxed at a lower rate during romney and arrived in the bay area for a private fund-raiser in hillsborough that cost from 1000 to $50,000 per person, he spoke with scott pelley >>> how do you turn this thing around? what do you do? >>> we have t
a seven month high stocks are also on the uptake the s&p index has surged 15% this year. that is about to change with the times. >>> the best gift this holiday season may be more jobs. torres said today it will take on 45,000 seasonal workers this year 5000 more than last year. coles said a department store chain is adding more than 52,000 holliday workers about 10% more than last year. the seasonal work force will be 80 to 90,000 down slightly from a year ago and wal-mart is adding 50,000 jobs up slightly. i came stopple add 7000. >>> is about the same last year our fall season really expected a nice surge in business mike was the the senior vice president for higher says the world's largest video game retailer is bullish and holliday. >>> i think if you have a significant offering consumers are ready to spend money at the gatt on five release is a classic example apple has already sold more than 5 million iphone 5. >>> a dozen sound like an economy in recession. across the country the recovery has been an even nationally the unemployment rate has dropped to 8.1% but in four state
of common security where companies check if employees can work in the u.s.. the workers would suffer. if they can support them that it should. that is a god-given right in my perspective. the per-share charge that gene was found out was once an undocumented worker himself he is now being called the hypocrites. >>> he came over here and now he has got himself to where she is and will put this back as people. unfortunately no one can choose what laws are one directions for the federal government we can choose to except for home and security agents at the school they say will only and will be battling against labor unions. >>> is not our way of marketing to the community is simply a situation where the federal government has asked us to comply with a specific program we're doing that and this is between the federal government. the decided not to march to the store because they wanted to avoid what could turn into an ugly confrontation. and looks like the boycott is schedule as plants you could call it that pepper spray pay out the video when to viral of uc students being doused with p
the weekend looks excellent. the bay bridge clear skies. 61 degrees in oakland 67 san francisco mid-50s santa rosa. the days are getting shorter 66 in concord. radar shows crystal clear the driest time of year it has never rained ever in six of the first 10 days of san francisco. the driest time of the year. we have and onshore flow kicking in overnight mid 50s for the coast some morning fog for the bay especially north bay. partly cloudy skies inland tonight. we have cloud cover off shore. we have a big counterclockwise world off shore upper level low pressure is over the eastern pacific, with the light onshore flow there will be some clouds and fog in the morning a lot of afternoon sunshine. we will stay below normal below normal temperatures. fog moves back in after midnight, sunshine both weekend afternoons temperatures cooler than normal. san francisco's 65 tomorrow. san jose 5 degrees cooler than average at 78. concord 86 degrees. fremont 77, beautiful weekend in napa 85 a hive. you're extended forecast of give you consistency sunshine inland all the way through next week's to the mid-7
information. >>> as we learn more about kenny was a u.s. army reserve in the city for seven years tonight is here with family by his side fighting for his life. >>> shots fired an officer on the freeway. at the officers possibly down. a shooting that left the father of four and chp officer of seven years on my support. his family and extended family from southern california visiting throughout the evening. we hope for the vast amounts to come home. sergeant dan mcdermott says the officer is not only a co-worker he is a good friends. >>> is one of those people dead will give you the time of the day when you have a problem. the chp is making a traffic stop when the driver opened fire another officer who arrived as back up shot and wounded the suspect he then helped the injured officer until paramedics arrived. the suspect was out of hospital they've learned she'd he was driving was last registered to a person in a point registered owner couldn't afford the telling fees and less in the hands of the 2 yd he hadn't seen as chief since until now. we haven't seen the suspect. the waves the off
counties. the d.a.'s office went from 102 people to 73 the public defender when from 74 to 51, contra costa area is work hard to balance the budget. another official says the cuts mandated are similar to sacrifices made by other employees and a sense of fairness. >>> the board of supervisors gave 1000 nurses a 3 percent raise, and they gave and cut the deputy district attorney salary eight% >>> public defender spirit retirement cuts. the district attorney has offered to pay the deputy district da's from his own budget county officials will talk tomorrow about contingency plans. >>> one or two days the rest of my management team can prevent cases from being dismissed if the strike by some groups were to result in da's not going to court, you could have cases dismissed or criminals released from custody. >>> the deputy da's me tomorrow they would decide to strike, public defenders still meet with the county to have won more negotiation session set up in martinez ann notorangelo cbs 5 >>> coptic christians are joining muslims to denounce the anti muslim movie and the violence >>> secondly we
an aging pipe could have been far worse >>> the u.s. chemical safety board reveal the pipe that ruptured lost 80 percent of its original thickness due to corrosion >>> in measurements the surviving portion of that section of pipe had a thick mist as low as one 16th of an inch about the thickness of a penny >>> 200 people turned out at a meeting to hear an update on the investigation a spokesperson for chevron confirmed the los silicon content of the pie may have caused the corrosion and poor communications may be partly to blame >>> it does not appear this information was effectively understood and acted upon >>> many residents remain skeptical >>> right now we're fed up and increased and i'm trying to be calm here. >>> chevron wants to assure we're all protected it scares the heck at me to look out my window >>> chevron is disputed a report in the chronicle over the weekend it intentionally bypassed air quality monitoring devices the company said all foreign operations are videotaped and open to inspection no reason the company would do such a thing mark sayre cbs 5 >>> his political c
with an s u v while riding her bike on a bottle boulevard >>> one of the busiest in town without a stop light >>> i saw the bike and a blood it was sad >>> she saw the wreckage her husband was also hit by a car in the exact same area 20 years ago >>> may flood down here and down the road >>> police said a head-on collision the bike was traveling west and the s u v east, all the children ride their bikes to school and are often times to not write on the correct side of the road >>> i explained to them they cannot drive unpredictable >>> folks have placed candles and flowers across the street from where the accident took place at the driver of the s u v is cooperating according to police they do not suspect drugs or alcohol played a part at. at that sinaloa a middle schooler issued a statement that will provide counseling services tomorrow >>> parents demand answers tonight after the arrest of and how many middle school teacher, he was picked up wednesday on suspicion of lewd acts with a child under 14, police say the investigation focuses on an inappropriate relationship with a former st
. >>> driver of an s u v and went out of control it a pedestrian and slammed into a restaurant this happened at 5:00 p.m. on fourth street downtown san rafael as the farmer's market was setting up, unclear how the s u v ended up inside the restaurant a 78 rolled woman was get pushed into the restaurant and trapped under the vehicle she was pulled out and take into marin general hospital. no word on air-conditioned. >>> the street was closed to traffic except vendors >>> the farmers' market when on a scheduled the restaurant was closed at the time of the crash no one was inside except someone cleaning up she was not hurt in less than 12 hours shuttle endeavor seen in the bay area it landed at edwards air force base aboard the piggyback 747 this afternoon in tomorrow morning it takes one last flight around northern california before its permanent home the california at science center museum in los angeles. >>>shuttle has ever been to northern california before >>> nasa says you should be able to use see the shuttle everywhere all over the bay area but will fog be a problem we check in with met
temperatures by early warming every day. will be back in the '90s by thursday and friday. the numbers will stay in the '70s all week. they say the best whether we get is september and october. >>> more private school parents in california decide not to immunize their children the associated press and allies the number of children in private school or some or all for kindergarten found it is two times greater than those in public schools. the number of children of acting out increase 10% last year. in private school parents tend to be more skeptical of state requirements and have more money for ultimate health care. across the west this summer of the bear, today in los angeles. >>> memorial service held this morning to of honor public safety members to get died. the 11th year san mateo county has held a service it was inspired by two thousand tomorrow to remember at a firefighter matt smith who died at fire station. >>> we are here not to remember not just an accident, or the death or disease for some, but the character of the men and women who dedicate their lives to serving others. >>> they he
bay at about $4.17 a gallon. you can find the best prices check out pump patrol on cbs s f dot com. the war of boards continues on the campaign trail both president obama and mitt romney stop in key swing states jan crawford on the battle for the heartland >>> ohio has a rich football tradition but in the election it will also be a key swing straigh swing state in cheeringn his alumni miami of ohio. >>> if you have a coach that is zero and 23 you say it is time to get a new coach >>> mitt romney has been playing offense during storm damage in louisiana and making campaign stops in ohio and florida >>> and we're taking this country back will get america strong again for you and your children >>> the campaign looks to take advantage of momentum getting in his before the democrats start their convention in charlotte. president obama already on the offensive >>> the tug a lot about me, a lot about him, that is a much about you >>> the president was in iowa. >>> this thursday night i will offer you what i believe the better path toward a path that grows the economy creates more good job
pleasant of the '70s but below average and phoenicia 73 and pleasanton 77. south of it nevadas and a lot coming in 75 in alameda 16 degrees the one chilly day tomorrow and '70s near the bay for friday and saturday and on sunday much cooler and clatter on sunday before we head back near 70 degrees for the middle of next week. no rainfall but the temperatures are certainly on the move. eteocles a tiny fragment of tax with some big mw about jesus comes from the new testament and it says nothing about marital status but a few words written long after his death had just come to life. reporter alan does it reports they have started a debate about whether jesus was really a bachelor. it's no bigger than a business card this tattered piece of papyrus contains some intriguing phrases. he said his disciples my wife and in the next sentence he says she is able to be my disciple. harvard divinity school professor said the phrase my wife and the idea jesus may have had a female disciples have not appeared before an historical writing. he was given the five men by an anonymous collector and while she
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